The 100 Season 4 Episode 13 Promo, Synopsis, Episode Guide

Everything you need to know about The 100 Season 4, including the promo for The 100 Season 4, Episode 13...

The 100season four is coming to an end! You can read our review of The 100 season 4 finale by clicking here!

What’s next? Here’s the promo for The 100Season 4, Episode 13 “Praimfaya.” Check it out…

And here’s the official synopsis for “Praimfaya”… 

It’s a race against the end of the world as Praimfaya arrives forcing our heroes to make impossible decisions to ensure their survival.

We had a chance to visit The 100set and chat with Eliza Taylor and Bob Morley before the start of Season 4. Here’s what they teased about the season…

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Here’s our complete episode guide…

The 100 Season 4 Episode Guide

The 100 Season 4, Episode 1: Echoes

Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and her friends struggle with how to proceed after the fate of the world is revealed.

Original air date: 2/1/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 2: Heavy Lies the Crown

The burden of leading weighs heavily upon Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Bellamy (Bob Morley) when different challenges force them to determine who will live and die.

Original air date: 2/8/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 3: The Four Horsemen

Jaha (Isaiah Washington) leads Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Bellamy (Bob Morley) down a road to possible salvation while tensions rise in Arkadia and Polis.

Original air date: 2/15/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 4: A Lie Guarded

Continued struggles with leadership and trust in Arkadia and Polis take violent turns while Abby (Paige Turco) leads a team to a distant location hoping to find answers. 

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Original air date: 2/22/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 5: The Tinder Box

Clarke (Eliza Taylor) makes a desperate plea with a former allied force in an attempt to avoid a war and ensure the survival of her people.

Original air date: 3/1/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 6: We Will Rise

Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Roan (Zach McGowan) must work together in hostile territory in order to deliver an invaluable asset to Abby (Paige Turco) and her team.

Original air date: 3/15/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 7: Gimme Shelter

Clarke’s (Eliza Taylor) arrival on the island quickly takes a turn for the worse. Meanwhile, Bellamy (Bob Morley) tries to avoid further tragedy in Arkadia. 

Original air date: 3/22/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 8: God Complex

After a disappointing discovery, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Abby (Paige Turco) question how far they’re willing to go. Meanwhile, Jaha (Isaiah Washington) finds a lead to the mysterious Second Dawn.

Original air date: 3/29/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 9: DNR

Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) fights in the final battle for her people’s survival, but not everyone is willing to play fair.

Original air date: 4/26/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 10: Die All, Die Merrily

Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) fights in the final battle for her people’s survival, but not everyone is willing to play fair.

Original air date: 5/3/17

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The 100 Season 4, Episode 11: The Other Side

Clarke (Eliza Taylor) faces the consequences of her fateful choice. 

Original air date: 5/10/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 12: The Chosen

Jaha (Isaiah Washington) and Kane (Henry Ian Cusick) disagree over how to handle their grim reality. Meanwhile, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) leads a group to save a friend. 

Original air date: 5/17/17

The 100 Season 4, Episode 13: Praimfaya

It’s a race against the end of the world as Praimfaya arrives forcing our heroes to make impossible decisions to ensure their survival.

Original air date: 5/24/17

The 100 Season 4 Trailers

The stakes are higher than ever in The 100season four. Check out the trailer for yourself…

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For a full analysis of the above trailer, check out our trailer breakdown. And if the above trailer isn’t enough to tide you over until season 4, check out this season three sizzle reel and season four “teaser” at SDCC…

There’s also this The 100Season 4trailer and, despite all of the blood, misery, and hints that the world is officially ending, it is somehow more upbeat than the last one. We credit the soundtrack (K.Flay’s “Blood in the Cut”) and Jasper and Monty’s high five. Check it out…

The 100 Season 4 Cast

The remaining (as in: not yet killed of) cast is all returning, including: Eliza Taylor (Clarke), Bob Morley (Bellamy), Devon Bostick (Jasper), Christopher Larkin (Monty), Isiah Washington (Jaha), Henry Ian Cusick (Kane), Paige Turco (Abby), Marie Avgeropoulos (Octavia), Lindsey Morgan (Raven), and Richard Harmon (Murphy). 

In addition to the returning main cast, Zach McGowan (Roan) has been upgraded to a series regular, which means we should see more from Roan in season 4.

Other cast members expected to return and/or appear include Sachin Sahel (Jackson), Adina Porter (Indra), Chai Romruen (Ilan), Nadia Hilker (Luna), Luisa D’Oliveira (Emori), Tasya Teles (Echo), Jarod Joseph (Miller), Chelsey Reist (Harper McIntyre), Chris Shields (David Miller), Jonathan Whitesell (Bryan), Jessica Harmon (Niylah), Jana Mitsoula (Willa), Joseph John Coleman (Taggart), Alex Pangburn (Hayes), and Jessica Williams (Kenza).

Yeah, The 100 has a big cast.

Jason Rothenberg teased at SDCC that we will meet a new character in the season four premiere’s cold open, one of “a couple new characters that I think people will love.” Could the cold open character in question be Chai Romruen’s new recurring role? Deadline reported that the actor will be playing Ilan, “a Grounder haunted by the horrors he committed under ALIE’s control.”

The 100writers room and cast have shared some behind-the-scenes shots of the cast and crew hard at work in the Vancouver wilderness…

— The 100 Writers Room (@The100writers) August 5, 2016— The 100 Writers Room (@The100writers) August 3, 2016— Eliza Taylor (@MisElizaJane) August 12, 2016

The 100 Season 4 Story

The 100‘s third season has arguably been its least consistent, but it is still one of the best dramas on television — not to mention a direct TV descendant of Battlestar Galactica and a much-needed pop culture defense of the millennial generation.

We had a chance to talk with some of the cast and creators of The 100at San Diego Comic Con and learned some interesting tidbits about the new season. Here’s what we learned…

The 100season four will pick up right where season three ended, with half of the Skaikru at Polis and half at Arkadia. This will obviously segment the conversation Clarke will or will not have about the oncoming apocalypse. 

— The 100 Writers Room (@The100writers) August 2, 2016

Of Clarke’s decision, Jason Rothenberg teased that she will be put in a similar decision to what her father went through on the Ark, saying:

There are various points of view in terms of should we tell everybody? … Now [Clarke] knows that the world is gonna end, and she’s the only one that knows. She tells Bellamy right away, but she’s the only one that knows, and what is she going to do? Is she gonna do exactly what she was going to do in the pilot or is she gonna try to keep it a secret because she’s worried about how people will respond? We play a lot with that, and there are others who want everyone to know. 

In January, Rothenberg spoke with Entertainment Weekly about Clarke’s season four state of mind when it comes to relationships, saying:

The truth is that Lexa was the love of her life, but [Clarke] is only 18 years old. We move on, we figure out a way to compartmentalize, and you try and you don’t forget. The person should never forget … And yet we do need to sort of move on. And so, she will eventually do that, but I’m not gonna say whether or not it’ll happen this season.

Rothenberg added that knowing Lexa has helped prepare Clarke for the oncoming apocalypse, saying: “The fact that Clarke is trying to transcend her tribalism is really a direct result of her relationship with Lexa. Lexa helped her see the world differently, and vice versa.:

Rothenberg teased season four as “an environmental disaster story,” and one that won’t necessarily have an “eleventh hour save,” as is usually the case with other shows. Christopher Larkin (aka Monty) said of season four’s main “villain”:

We had a faceless enemy before in ALIE. Defeated her. But now there’s an even greater faceless enemy. Nuclear war: Part 2. Radiation leaking and destroying the planet again. So it’s a bit terrifying because last time we went to space and that failed because you run out of your essentials: your oxegyn and all your supplies. So, how do we survive now that we’re forced to stay on the ground, and I don’t know the answer to that.

Elsewhere in the cast, Raven is going to straight-up become an assasin this season. Marie Avgeropoulos teased:

Octavia’s going to do what she does best this season and that is fighting [and] killing people. She doesn’t take joy or pleasure out of it. She just knows she’s good at it. Her peers are mechanics or doctors, and Octavia spent two seasons trying to figure out what she is. She knows. She’s a warrior … She has a giant hole in her heart that she tried to bandaid with the killing of Pike and it didn’t. It didn’t fill that hole, so next season you’re gonna see Octavia become an assassin with a group you’re very familiar with.

For more information about what The 100crew spilled at SDCC, check out our full article.

The 100 Season 4 Writers

The 100may have a divisive social media brand following the events of last season, but they sure do have some fun, silly updates from the writers room — that also sometimes give us some clues about what to expect in the upcoming season. One of my personal favorites from recent updates…

As well as a rather ominous (though not entirely unexpected, given the nature of this show) update…

We’ve got a new, ominous poster for The 100Season 4. Things do not look good for any of the characters currently hanging out on planet Earth. Then again, “From the ashes, we will rise,” is a pretty optimistic tagline for The 100. Maybe we’ll make it to The 100 Season 5 after all…

The 100 Season 4 Poster